Minutes of the Meeting
FOREST LAKES OWNERS ASSOCIATION
June 16, 2001
THOSE PRESENT: Frank Astemborski, President; Ralph Springer, Vice-President, Edna McKnight, Secretary; Jack
Greenleaf; Patti Phillips; Chick Ideker; Bill Henry; Jane Weathersby.
Absent: Virgilee Scholl
There were 11 residents in attendance.
President Astemborski called the meeting to order at 2:05 p.m. and led the meeting in the Pledge of Allegiance.
ON A MOTION DULY MADE BY Jack Greenleaf and seconded by Chick Ideker, the minutes of the May 19, 2001 meeting were not read. Each member of the Board had received and read a copy of the minutes prior to the meeting. There were no corrections or additions. Motion was passed.
Burn Pit Report: Frank presented the burn pit financial statement and explained the figures in it. He discussed the rise in prices in the cost of dumping at the burn pit and the reasons for them. A bill has been received from the fire department in the amount of $458 for burning the pit; leaving a profit of $100 for this year. Costs for operating the air curtain destructor plus the $1000 due yearly to the new owner will amount to approximately $6000 a year that the owners association will be responsible for. Discussion was held regarding costs to homeowners and commercial operators.
ON A MOTION DULY MADE BY Edna McKnight and seconded by Bill Henry, the burn pit report was accepted as presented.
Treasurerís Report: Chick Ideker presented the treasurer's report through May 2001 through June 16, 2001. Current checkbook balance after deposits and debits totaled $11,353.78. Two Certificates of Deposit totaled $57,969.83.
ON A MOTION DULY MADE BY Ralph Springer and seconded by Jane
Weathersby, the treasurer's report was accepted as presented.
Roads: Jack Greenleaf spoke with Dan Garcia regarding West Loop. Plans are to complete West Loop from the compactor to Wildcat this year. Plans are also in effect to resurface Larson Loop. Right turn lanes on 260 are still in planning stages. State is picking up costs along with Coconino County and federal funds. Hopefully they will be completed next year.
The new phone books are now available at Campers Corner for $1.00 each. Total cost was $825.38.
Frank presented the Memorial Day Breakfast report. Total income was $4,072. Auxiliary made $766 that is their money. Quilters sold $546 in raffle tickets for a quilt. Breakfast, rummage, and bake sale made $1702, which will be split between the auxiliary and owners association.
Patti Phillips reported on the progress of the plans for the Fourth of July picnic, which will be on July 7.
Gene Jeardoe made an announcement that there will be a highway cleanup on June 19, 9:00 at the fire station.
Free dumping will be on Sunday, June 17, at the burn pit and compactor.
Jan Walls reported Bill Morehead will be the new bus driver next year. The school board is in contact with the forest service regarding land acquisition.
Ralph Springer reported on work he has been doing with Wayne Rothwell and Jack Dunn on a contract between the fire department and FLOA regarding the air curtain destructor and the expense of operating it. Mr. Rothwell reported that if everything continues on schedule, the air curtain destructor should be here by August.
There being no further business, and, on a motion made by Ralph Springer and seconded by Bill Henry, the meeting adjourned at 2:35.